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Educational Technology Research and Development

2003 Volume 52, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Student Self-Evaluation, Teacher Evaluation, and Learner Performance

    Zane Olina & Howard J. Sullivan

    A total of 341 Latvian students and eight teachers participated in this study of student self-evaluation and teacher evaluation. Students completed a 12-lesson teacher-directed instructional... More

    pp. 5-22

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  2. The Effects of Visual and Verbal Coding Mnemonics on Learning Chinese Characters in Computer-Based Instruction

    Mei-Liang Amy Kuo & Simon Hooper

    The effects of different approaches to learning Chinese characters were investigated. Ninety-two high-school students were randomly assigned to one of five treatment groups: translation, verbal... More

    pp. 23-38

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  3. Developing a Case-Based Reasoning Knowledge Repository To Support a Learning Community--An Example from the Technology Integration Community

    Feng-Kwei Wang, Joi L. Moore, John Wedman & Chi-Ren Shyu

    Describes the design and development of a case-based reasoning (CBR) knowledge repository, including its case library and the search engine to support the technology integration community. The... More

    pp. 45-62

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  4. Designing Electronic Collaborative Learning Environments

    Paul Kirschner, Jan-Willem Strijbos, Karel Kreijns & Pieter Jelle Beers

    Electronic collaborative learning environments for learning and working are in vogue. Designers design them according to their own constructivist interpretations of what collaborative learning is... More

    pp. 47-66

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  5. A Tool for Helping Veterinary Students Learn Diagnostic Problem Solving

    Jared A. Danielson, Holly S. Bender, Eric M. Mills, Pamela J. Vermeer & Barbara B. Lockee

    Describes the result of implementing the Problem List Generator, a computer-based tool designed to help clinical pathology veterinary students learn diagnostic problem solving. Findings suggest... More

    pp. 63-81

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  6. A Five-Dimensional Framework for Authentic Assessment

    Judith T. M. Gulikers, Theo J. Bastiaens & Paul A. Kirschner

    Authenticity is an important element of new modes of assessment. The problem is that what authentic assessment really is, is unspecified. In this article, we first review the literature on... More

    pp. 67-86

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